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Contactless Fare Media System Standard Part 2: Contactless Fare Media Data Format and Interface Standard. Tomas Oliva. Using Standards to Make “Smart” Choices Talking Technology and Transportation (T3) May 17, 2006. UTFS Elements of Standardization.
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Using Standards to Make
Talking Technology and Transportation (T3)
May 17, 2006
PART 3 – Regional Central System Interface Specification
PART 4 – System Security Planning and Implementation Guideline
PART 2 – Contactless Fare Media Data Format and InterfaceStandard
Sample elements: Country ID, Region ID, Issuer ID, Transit application expiry date, PICC Manufacturer ID, Issuing CID ID
The PICC contains only one PHPO.
Sample elements: Fare class code, birth date of patron, language preference, start and end of profile, and associated discount
Sample elements: Payment type (cash, credit, recurring load, etc.), transaction date and time, value added or deducted, location where transaction took place.
Sample elements: Fare product used, agency where PICC was used, is the transaction linked to the previous transaction (i.e. transfer rules), transaction value.
1 = Load
2 = Product Blocked
3 = Product Un-Blocked
4 = Validation or Deduction
5 = Validation or Deduction Date and Time Override
6 = Reserved
7 = Configuration Change
8 = Previous Transaction Undone
9 = Reserved
10 = Reserved
11 = Negative List Status Change
12 = Unload
13 = Reserved
14 = Reserved
15 = Out of Region T-Purse UseTransaction Types
Sample elements: PICC transaction sequence number (maximum of 127 transactions are tracked), fare product used in last transaction, product type codes.
Sample elements: Whether the user has subscribed to Autoload, pass or transfer expiry date and time, number of remaining trips or rides, where the product is valid (i.e., specific zone)
Sample elements: Frequency of autoload, autoload threshold (trigger), autoload amount
Sample elements: Accumulated value used in a particular day, definition of time period for which a transaction limit applies, time period start, number of transactions performed during time limit.
Sample elements: Daily limit of payments that can be performed “on account”, bankcard information from which payment is made, bankcard expiry date.
Sample elements: Type of autovalue product, accumulation of value units today, accumulation of value units this week, last week, 2 weeks ago, and 3 weeks ago.
Martin Schroeder, P.E., APTA